Geneviève Dufour is making her HGO debut. Dufour began to work in the cinema on Marguerite Duras’s third film, Jaune le soleil, in 1971. She continued her collaboration with Duras as script supervisor on most of her films, including Nathalie Granger, La femme du Gange and India Song, and as editor for Son nom de Venise dans Calcutta désert, Césarée, Aurelia Steiner, Melbourne, and Le Dialogue de Rome. She worked as script supervisor on Benoît Jacquot’s first film, L’Assassin musicien, and continued working with him on pictures including Les Enfants du Placard, Les Ailes de la Colombe, Sade, Tosca, Princesse Marie, Les Adieux à la Reine, Le journal d’une femme de chambre, Eva, Dernier Amour, and Suzanna Andler. She also worked with Krzysztof Kieślowski on his trilogy Blue, White, Red, and with other directors including Jean-Daniel Pollet, Jean-Claude Biette, Robert Pansard-Besson, Luc Moullet/Antonietta Pizzorno, Raúl Ruiz, Nae Caranfil, and François Dupeyron. She worked with Benoît Jacquot as assistant director on his opera productions of Werther for Royal Opera House in 2004 and La traviata at Opéra Bastille in 2014.